Answer to Question #3148 in Biology for marie carol

Question #3148
1. A fox den would most likely be located
A. in an old barn.
B. in an old woodchuck den.
C. at the edge of a meadow.
D. under a tool shed.

2. The first step in species management is
A. mapping the area of work.
B. determining the client's objectives.
C. determining a comprehensive analysis of the biology of the particular species.
D. determining the food needs of the particular species.

3. Scent post studies
A. provide precise estimates of animal population trends.
B. provide information on types of posts used by wildlife.
C. should rarely be used because of the assumptions needed and false leads that they may provide.
D. provide useful information when used with other techniques.

4. Moles and shrews primarily eat
A. roots.
B. snails and crayfish.
C. seeds.
D. insects.

5. Which of the following is a major factor in fox tracking?
A. Direction of track
B. Pad shape of animal track
C. Tai
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